- Size (LWH): 3.94 inches, 1.81 inches, 0.77 inches
- Weight: 3.52 ounces
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Sony Ericsson W810i Unlocked Cell Phone with 2 MP Camera, MP3/Video Player, Memory Stick Duo--International Version with No Warranty (Black)
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- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and EDGE/GPRS data capabilities
- Walkman music player and styling--supports MP3 and AAC digital audio files and includes FM radio
- 2-megapixel camera with video capture; Bluetooth for handsfree devices; Memory Stick Duo expansion; USB connectivity
- Up to 8 hours of talk time, up to 350 hours of standby time
- This cell phone may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international version phones. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information.
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1. This phone is an mp3 player. This phone is a torch/semi flash light(with an SOS signal that can be configured). This phone has flash capability and further doubles up into a digital camera. Overall, it saves a lot of space to use this phone instead of just going out with a standalone mp3 player or/and a digital camera
2. The interface is fast. It takes around 8 seconds to get an auto focus and click a picture using the camera. I'll try and explain - to come out of the screensaver you need half a second, to activate camera using the shortcut it takes 3 seconds, a further 2 seconds for auto focus and an additional 1 second to click you picture. Overall,8 seconds to click one image.You can browse thru pictures very quickly. It's around 7 times faster than my Nokia. Images can be clicked in sepia, black and white, solarise(kinda yellowey), negative and normal modes. Brightness can be reduced within the click of a button. I noticed grains on images of larger size. I don't recommend using the flash camera unless you really must. Plus while clicking a video, the light goes on and off, if the flash light is turned on.
3. The build quality on the phone is both good and bad. I love the keypad and it is a major improvement from the 800i and sundry walkman phones. It took me three days to get used to the keypad.Read more ›
The day I got my digits on the W810i (i for international, unlocked quad band) was a happy day for me. Now, one year into using it I can expertly outline the pros and cons, and authoritatively issue bouquets and brickbats.
* Great battery life. I don't measure this in terms of hours and minutes but the reality of how often I had to charge. I use the phone quite a lot for listening to music especially and have never run out of charge when on the road. On days of low usage I have gone 3 days without a recharge, but topping up for 1 hour everyday is all you need. With the Razr I was constantly being stranded with a dead phone.
* Superior voice quality - as distinct from CALL quality, which thanks to Cingular sucks like a vaccuum cleaner!
* Walkman quality music - I use iPod earbuds for a good reason, sometimes a Sony MDR 7506- More later.
* An expandable Sony ProDuo memory slot of upto 2GB.
I bought the phone with 512 MB and have not needed to upgrade yet.
* A feature rich 2 MP camera with flash, white balance controls, macro mode, night mode, zoom, resolution settings, and effects settings. This is quite adequate for point and click oppotunities - but also great for video, I bring out my Rebel XT 8MP only for more "artistic" photography.
* A great FM radio.Read more ›
There are two things that made Sony what it is today; televisions and Walkmans. Their TVs were and still are today the standard by which all TVs are measured by. And Walkmans, well, they revolutionised the way people listened to music. And of course they are now good, if not the best, at many other things, from video gaming to professional video cameras used by James Cameron and Michael Mann!
The company however has always annoyed a number of people by unnecessarily introducing proprietary formats. Some good, some bad, but ONE company alone will always find it hard to win public support with a format if it is not supported by other manufacturers. This was highlighted by the company's biggest EVER mistake, encapsulated in one word: ATRAC.
Sony were slow to the MP3 market. In the beginning they shunned it, developing the MD and Discman lines whilst Napster was taking on the world. It took computer companies like Creative and Apple to introduce MP3 players whilst the likes of Panasonic, Sony and Philips failed to embrace such a simple concept. Sony were so complacent that they built their own audio compression format, ATRAC, which could only be made by Sony's own Sonic Stage software, and played by Sony's hardware. The software was absolutely appalling, and did not really improve on MP3's already strong compression rate. It was cumbersome to use, and next to the hip image of an emerging iTunes, and the ever improving iPod, Apple did not just overtake Sony, they pretty much obliterated them out of a market they dominated.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't work. And also I can't return it back. No network and also speaker don't workPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like everything about this phone. Excellent quality, period.Published 18 months ago by James Draughn
I've been using this phone since 2006. It's 2015, folks. I'm on my 2nd one. That's two phones in 10 years. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Isaac Troseth
The product came very dusty and looked aged / used!... I expected better... very disappointingPublished 21 months ago by Caroline
For a "dumb phone", this little oldie-but-goodie can't be beaten. It does more and has more features than any non-smart phone I have come across, yet it debuted in 2007. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Cassandra
I bought this cellphone but it was incomplete, had no the memory stick duo. And of course is impossible to get itPublished on January 21, 2014 by liliana cabrera
I have not yet bought this particular phone but I have the older version and have had years of trouble free service . Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by Enid Bissember